A bouquet of flowers, fancy chocolate, an oversized stuffed bear with a fuzzy red heart— we all know the classic Valentine’s Day staples. Whether it’s your first or fiftieth time celebrating V-Day with your partner, make it special and different this year. Here are my top six ways to switch it up and get kinky this Valentine’s Day, but mix and match them for your ideal Kinky Kombination ™.
The questions that get asked the most center around “getting my partner to (insert sexual act here).” The thing is, you’re not going to get your partner to do anything – so let’s get that out of the way.
What you can do, however, is communicate with them in a way to help them see why it is that you want them to (sexual act here).
That’s where the yes/no/maybe lists come in.
Hey there, all you sex-having people! Back in August, we had an alternative sex survey, and the results are in. I have to tell you, we were BLOWN AWAY by the response. In just 30 days, more than 2,600 of you took the anonymous survey. We have just started going through all the data, and there is definitely a lot to be learned.
Part four of our Sexual Alphabet exploration is all about experimenting with instructing your partner’s masturbation, the dizzying edges of knife play, and the world of erotic lactation.
Sadomasochism is the deliciously wicked act of enjoying inflicting or receiving pain, which may or may not involve humiliation (your choice). The (S)adist deals out the torment, which the (m)asochist receives with grace – or with squeals and squirms (consensually).
August means the sizzling heat – inside and outside of the bedroom, and it also means it’s Alternative August! Time for all your wild stories to come out and shine.
We love hearing about your revolutionary, sex positive and explorative methods of expressing your sexuality.
With the rise in popularity of BDSM and all things kink, there are also a lot of misconceptions going around. Unfortunately, some of the recent movies about BDSM (not naming names *cough*) miss the mark on the cornerstone principles of BDSM for most kinksters.
For about three years now, I have been partaking in lifestyle (swingers for those who are unaware) and Kink events. Needless to say, I’ve never turned back. If I do attend a regular vanilla party, I find myself asking the question, “so when is everyone going to start getting naked?”
One of the questions I get asked the most (and a question that comes up in the Sex With Emily inbox more than you’d think) is, “how do I get into the scene?”
The sex community is quite discrete, but once you have your foot in the door, you step into a beautiful black hole of possibilities.